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Past Events

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8,023 total past events.

Monday, December 12, 2016

Common Final Exam

Math 112 Common Final Exam
Location: Varies by sec.

Common Final Exam

Math 129 Common Final Exam
Location: Varies by sec.

Friday, December 9, 2016

Common Final Exam

Math 116 Common Final Exam
Location: Varies by sec.

Thursday, December 8, 2016

Math Circle

Weekly Meeting
Location: ENR 2 S395

Ph.D. Final Oral Dissertation Defense

Multi-Allele Population Genomics for Inference of Demography and Natural Selection
Location: Math 501
Presenter: Aaron Ragsdale, Program in Applied Mathematics, University of Arizona

RTG Seminar

RTG Mini Conference
Location: MTL 124
Presenter: Graduate Students, Department of Mathematics

Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Statistics GIDP Colloquium

A unified framework for fitting Bayesian semiparametric models to arbitrarily censored spatial survival data
Location: Math 501
Presenter: Timothy Hanson, Professor, Department of Statistics, University of South Carolina

Mathematical Physics and Probability Seminar

Particle representations for deterministic and stochastic reaction-diffusion equations
Location: Math 402
Presenter: Wai-Tong (Louis) Fan, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Seminar

Point spread function estimation using radially symmetric prior modeling and enhanced Gibbs sampling
Location: ENR 2 S375
Presenter: Kevin Joyce, Nevada National Security Site

Graduate Student Colloquium

A conductivity problem related to medical imaging
Location: ENR 2 S395
Presenter: Philip Hoskins, Department of Mathematics, University of Arizona

Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Analysis, Dynamics, and Applications Seminar

: Homogenization for fully nonlinear PDEs with oscillatory Neumann boundary condition
Location: Math 402
Presenter: Sunhi Choi, Department of Mathematics, University of Arizona

Monday, December 5, 2016

Theoretical Neuroscience Journal Club

Place Cell Rate Remapping by CA3 Recurrent Collaterals
Location: Math 102
Presenter: Stephanie Nagl, Department of Psychology, University of Arizona

Friday, December 2, 2016

Program in Applied Mathematics Colloquium

The Power of Orthogonal Duals
Location: Math 501
Presenter: Mathieu Desburn, PhD, Computing & Mathematical Sciences, California Institute of Technology

Mathematics Education Seminar

AZ Noyce "MaTh" Seminar
Location: ENR 2 S-395
Presenter: AZ Noyce Interns and Scholars, UA Mathematics

Program in Applied Mathematics Brown Bag Seminar

Studying the Geomagnetic Polarity Time Scale and Superchrons by Scalar Models and Feature Based Data Assimilation
Location: Math 402
Presenter: Jesse Adams, Program in Applied Mathematics, University of Arizona

Thursday, December 1, 2016

Math Circle

Weekly Meeting
Location: ENR 2 S395

Modeling and Computation Seminar

Discrete-time data-based model reduction for complex systems
Location: Math 402
Presenter: Fei Lu, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab and University of California, Berkeley

Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Mathematical Physics and Probability Seminar

Models of Expander Graphs and Models for the Moduli Space of Riemann Surfaces
Location: Math 402
Presenter: Angelica Gonzalez, University of Arizona

Graduate Student Colloquium

A Monte Carlo method: Multiple Importance Sampling
Location: ENR 2 S395
Presenter: Spencer Lunderman, Department of Mathematics, University of Arizona

Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Quantitative Biology Colloquium

Models for Intracellular Transport and Muscle Contraction
Location: Math 402
Presenter: Brian Hong and Patrick Greene, Program in Applied Mathematics, University of Arizona

Post Doc Meeting

Weekly Meeting
Location: ENR 2 S217

Algebra and Number Theory Seminar

Integers that can be written as the sum of two cubes
Location: ENR 2 S395
Presenter: Eugenia Rosu, UC Berkeley

Ph.D. Final Oral Dissertation Defense

Theoretical models for drug delivery to solid tumors
Location: Math 402
Presenter: Jackson Burton, Program in Applied Mathematics, University of Arizona

Analysis, Dynamics, and Applications Seminar

High Order Melnikov Method for Time-periodic Equations
Location: Math 102
Presenter: Don Wang, Department of Mathematics, University of Arizona
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